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As with every other kind of problem imaginable, people frequently come into the Lounge to discuss the problem of being question banned (and how we, personally, could of course help them with this).
But unlike the other problems, I basically never hear about anybody who successfully reversed the ban, even though many of the users did indeed try after understanding what happened. Especially confusing for them is that they tried to "clean up their act" by deleting bad questions.
All I'm saying is, a lot of people seem to have trouble with the question banning mechanism, and I've never heard of anybody being un-question-banned. Does this ever actually happen? I feel that some users are left question-banned unnecessarily. And secondly, I feel that question bans are currently handed out too lightly- although, of course, it's difficult to judge since it's impossible to find the offending material for any given user, even if you're a 10k repper who can see the questions they deleted.
Specifically, the latest user can't even see his own deleted questions. How the hell is he supposed to fix up his questions if he can't even view them?